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 A Midwestern Rite of Autumn: The Lutefisk Supper

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A Midwestern Rite of Autumn: The Lutefisk Supper Tue, 10/19/10 3:34 PM (permalink)
Not sure much is necessary in terms of comments.  This is the annual Lutefisk Supper at Moe Lutheran Church in Clayton, Wisconsin (1 hour east of St. Paul, MN), but a quick Google search and you can find one to attend on your Roadfood journey.
007: Licensed to Lute

Lutefisk pre-cooking looks pretty much identical to lutefisk post-cooking, save for the steam wafting from the plate.

Preparing lutefisk requires attention, focus, and a well-seasoned olfactory sense.

Voila! Eat up.

Lefse is a mandatory accompaniment.  How you dress the lefse depends on your heritage and preferences.

The annual argument -- who will eat more lutefisk...this guy, his little brother, or Dad? It was a draw this year.

Lutefisk Suppers are as much about the people and the occasion as they are the food.

And as always, a campfire at the cabin to close out the day.

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